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Aa Battery Acid On Skin
Can I apply serum based on ceramides and toner stem cell after washing my face, while taking accutane? ??
Would alpha hydroxy acids like glycolic acid help with red acne scars ? Its been on my face since october of 2012 and I've been on retin-a for 10 weeks
Do products that contains salicylic acid, glycolic acid, witch hazel, aloe clear hair bumps up on my private area right away!?
Ingredient: Check for other ingredients for which you may be allergic. ...Read more
Can I use baking powder on dark scars caused due to acid (salicylic & phenol) burn on my skin? There is round black scar on my face.
I have acid burn in my face. It was on a small bottle named "con con "(salicylic acid 25 gm & liquefied phenol 1.5 ml) .
Acid burn get checke: At high concenterations salicylic acid can cause moderate chemical burn of the face.If there is accidental contact with face, wash the face with water asap, if there is blister formation one can use prescription cream like silvadene (silver sulfadiazine) but it should be checked by a doctor or in emergency department, sometimes oral antibiotic may be prescribed treatment depends on the severity and extent of the burn. ...Read more
Sorta.: Side effects are that it is going to burn off the wart. Local irritation and some pain are sorta guaranteed. Other options of surgical removal or doctor done freezing and removal are not going to be less traumatic. Waiting and seeing if they go away are one option. Running ALDARA (imiquimod) by the pediatrician is the most expensive and least traumatic method to treat warts BUT it is NOT FDA approved for it ...Read more
What is available for very sensitive & acne prone skin as a cleanser? Bar of soaps make my skin worse salasilic acid only dries up my skin causing oil
Cetaphil: Cetaphil cleanser is very mild, you could also try neutrogena products . Good luck! ...Read more
Daughter17yr sebo_psoriasis on scalp, uses "coal tar & salicylic acid" twice weekly.She gets headaches, eye burning .Is it the side effect of solution?
Possibly: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
Does a glycolic acid peel hurt? Is a glycolic acid peel one of those treatments that burn the skin and cause a lot of pain?
Chemical : Chemical peels involve the use of chemicals to remove the outer layers of the skin. There are several different chemicals used based on the depth of skin removal desired. Discomfort is directly related to the depth of peel. Light peels will have a mild discomfort while deeper peels have a greater degree of intraoperative and postoperative discomfort. Some deep peels are done under sedation for that reason. Talk to the physician who is doing the procedure about your concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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I put a keratin treatment in my hair & products containing 'Sodium Chloride' will strip hair of Keratin. Does this also apply to 'Sodium Benzoate too?
Adverse Sodium Benzo: If you mix sodium benzoate with vitamin C (and it happens that there are two types of C in Express The Truth - calcium ascorbate and sodium ascorbyl phosphate), benzene can form. And benzene is carcinogenic. In the UK, a Food Standards Agency survey of benzene in soft drinks found high levels of it in four brands, which were removed from sale. Even without getting mixed up with vitamin C, sodium benzoate might not be as friendly as it looks. A study conducted by Peter Piper, a professor at Sheffield University in the UK and an expert in molecular biology and biotechnology, found that sodium benzoate damages cells, in an adverse way. ...Read more
Does IALUXID gel exist is sold in America? It forms a protective film on the skin against bacteria. Glycine, hydralronic acid and hydrogen peroxide.
Good news: spreads fast , so is good product . When Insulin was isolated with in few months available all over the world . LALUXID is not insulin so many wound sealers are available on the market , unfortunately if any infection develops is under the ' seal ' it can not drain out and make it much worse. ...Read more
Is it ok to use benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid at the same time? will this hurt skin? I have a salicylic acid toner & benzoyl peroxide mask?
Use both at: Start with using mask in the evening only for a week. Then add the toner in the morning. Don't use both products at the same time. If your skin becomes irritated use only one of the products. ...Read more
At the beginning of my pregnancy (<6w) I used a salicylic acid scrub and benzoyl peroxide 2.5% spot treatment on blemishes and wash at times. Harm???
Can I apply vitamin K and vitamin C directly on my skin ( vitamins from the drug store like liquid vitamins )?
Not advisable: not advisable, you may take them by mouth. The best vitamins are not in pills or syrup, they are in fresh leafy vegetable and fruits ...Read more
35w pregnant. @ the beginning utilized ocassionally products with salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and spot 2% hydroquinine. Harm to baby?
Pregnant: The products shouldn't harm your baby if you used them intermittently. Hydro quinone is a category C drug which means it has caused defects in animals but not humans ...Read more
I've recently been using an alpha hydroxy acid face cream & it says it's 8% aha of 70% solution. Does this mean the aha in the cream won't work?
Aha in face cream: No it does not mean the aha will not work. ...Read more
I was opening a remote to change the batteries and battery acid got on my skin. Should I be concerned?
Battery acid: Battery acid is often super-concentrated and can have a pH of 2.0 or lower, so it's critical to use a copious amount of water to flush the affected burn region and dilute the chemical reactivity of the acid. Use plenty of water. If you spritz just a small amount of water on the burn, that can actually make the situation worse by spreading the acid around without reducing its potency. Doc if needed. ...Read more
Possibly: All acids can burn the skin. Battery acid is sulphuric acid which has a stronger acidity that can burn skin. If you get battery acid (or any strong acid) on your skin, immediately flush it off with copious amounts of water and you can neutralize it with baking soda if that is at hand. ...Read more
Found an old gameboy (10+ years) that the batteries had exploded in. Is old battery acid still extremely dangerous if it is on my skin? Washed hands.
You're ok: The danger from exposure to battery acid is an immediate chemical burn. If you didn't burn yourself and you have already washed your hands with a lot of water then you're ok. Soap or vinegar are basic and neutralize the acid but the important thing is to wash as quickly as possible with a lot of water. Just don't touch it again. And don't pour water on it, you can spread the acid. Scrape it off. ...Read more
There were some problems in boat with battery acid. How quickly it affects, if there spread some drops to clothes or skin? In hours? In days?
The acid would cause burns on the skin. The lesions would show up in minutes to a couple of days, depending on how concentrated the acid was. If you washed it soon after exposure, you should be okay.
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Burn: It will burn the skin badly.Get a more detailed answer ›
Very bad effect: Battery acid poisoning; hydrogen sulfate poisoning; oil of vitriol poisoning; matting acid poisoning; vitriol brown oil poisoning sulfuric acid is a very strong chemical that is corrosive. Corrosive means it can cause severe burns and tissue damage when it comes into contact with the skin or mucous membranes. ...Read more
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Irrigate with water: This is an acid burn. Run it under water such as in the shower, for at least 10 minutes. It can cause a serious burn so see a doctor if it is still painful. ...Read more
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Flush the eyes now!: Irrigate the eyes with copious amounts of fresh water or saline for as long as you can. Battery acid, from the explosion of lead-acid automotive batteries, can be vision threatening. Irrigation of severe burns is continued in the ambulance and in the emergency room until the ph of the conjunctiva is normalized. Particles may be entrapped under the upper lid. Ophthalmic consultation is critical. ...Read more
Hi I got dry battery acid on my fingers I washed them 3 times will I be safe to touch my baby and food?
Is dry alkaline battery acid harmful? If drop to my other device accidently, will it spread? Im worry it´s going to spread on my other deivces.
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Is there any battery acid or anything dangerous on the outside of a battery? I was putting one in a toy and got a cut and worried it touched my cut.
Dry cell battery: Batteries are safe unless swallowed whence acids can breach the casing. ...Read more
Acid burns are bad!: Not a good thought. You will get burns and severe pain. Hand burns are called primary area burns requiring hospitalization, need for multiple surgeries if burns are deep which they can be with acid burns. The longterm sequelae include poor functioning hands and in some patients even loss of fingers. ...Read more
Eye wash: If at work most places have a sink with a faucet specifically for this. Use it. Tap water is ok but saline eyewash is better. After you need to see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I took the battery out of my razor and it was all wet and made my fingers sticky--was that battery acid? What should I do
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